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LAND MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND MEANS: TUTORIAL / V.I. NIKOLAEV., S.S. GREMYACHENSKIY. / 2001
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Nikolaev V.I. Land mobile communication systems and means: Tutorial / V.I. Nikolaev., S.S. Gremyachenskiy /Under editing of V.I. Borisov; Voronezh, State technical university. Voronezh, 2001. 209 p.

Nowadays communication networks infrastructure should cover not only stationary but also mobile subscribers and the number of the last ones increases. The transition is made from “telephone and computer in a room to telephone and computer in a pocket”.

On the whole communication services increase depends on information boom experienced by world community. The cycle of accumulated information doubling in the world compared with the beginning of the century has decreased ten times and comprises one year now. To store, process and redistribute such information arrays process of financial and labour supplies transfer continues. The supplies transfer comes from the sphere of material production into information. In the USA the funds for information technology and communication in the gross national product (GNP) increased up to 10% and it leaves other industry spheres behind including automobile which was the leading one before that.

The book is devoted to design issues of modern communication systems for general use and for agencies use. The tutorial is based on VRDCI staff activities results in the field of communication and national economy.

The edition is intended for students of the following specialties 200800 «Radio electronic means projecting and technology» and 220500 « Computer means projecting and technology ».

The materials were prepared by associate professor V.I.Nikolaev (introduction, sections 2,3) with senior scientist S.S. Gremyachenskiy (sections 1,4 and appendix).

Key words: communication networks infrastructure, information boom, the cycle of accumulated information doubling, information arrays, modern communication systems design.

Tables. 6. Illustration. 110. Bibliography: 13 titles.

Science editor, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor Yu.S. Balashov

Reviewers:
Saint-Petersburg state electro technical university, radio equipment micro radio electronics and technology department, department chief, professor I.G. Mironenko;
Doctor of technical sciences, professor À.P. Triphonov